Abstract—Mining readiness is continually emphasized. Training is conducted to ensure that selected aerial forces remain in a state of mine readiness. Naval air forces and mine assembly personnel are capable of rapid deployment to operate from overseas bases and carriers. Tactics for mine laying in a hostile environment are under constant development, and prepositioned mine stocks are held in a high state of readiness to support approved mining plans. Research and development continues for new mines and components, including such features as improved capabilities against submarine and surface targets, better resistance against minesweeping and hunting, more flexibility, easier and less expensive maintenance, simpler and faster preparation for laying, and improvement of mine detection and control systems with increased sophistication. A sophisticated technique for aerial mine presented in this paper including the technologies of the wireless communication to construct a mesh of aerial mine, and GPS technologies for the orientation positioning, also the ultrasonic techniques for target detection.
Index Terms—Air mine, GPS, ZigBee, ultrasonic.
Hussam Elbehiery is with Electrical Engineering Department, Benha University, Cairo, Egypt. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cite: Hussam Elbehiery, "Prohibited Zones Coverage Protection Using Aerial Mines," International Journal of Engineering and Technology vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 46-51, 2012.